The agreement will allow the SFC and ASIC to refer fintechs to each other for advice and support via ASIC’s Innovation Hub and the SFC’s Fintech Contact Point.
Brisbane-based cybersecurity startup Entersoft has been selected to take part in the SuperCharger FinTech 2.0 accelerator program, kicking off in Hong Kong early next year.
Sydney healthtech startup CancerAid has launched in the Apple Store and has also signed 17 new customers, including its first international customer in Hong Kong. CancerAid is one of the world’s first apps to bring personalised cancer care to smartphones and is set to revolutionise patient care on a global scale. The startup is now in the process of raising $1.25 million in Seed funding.
Nexpaq, the Hong Kong-based startup behind the popular modular smartphone case, has announced that it will be holding a three-day hackathon in Melbourne later this month.
A new accelerator program that will run simultaneously in both Sydney and Hong Kong will have a focus on building revenue as a priority as opposed to raising capital.
Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) today announced that its StartmeupHK Venture Programme 2013 has drawn an overwhelming response with 380 entries from entrepreneur-led businesses in 43 countries and cities worldwide.
Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) has announced the launch of its StartmeupHK Venture Programme 2013 to attract local and overseas entrepreneur-led businesses to set up or expand in Hong Kong.